The Octagon (c1800) (1799 New York Ave. NW) served as home to President James & Dolly Madison while the White House was rebuilt after War of 1812. Washington, DC. Architect: Dr. William Thornton. On National Register.

The Octagon (c1800) (1799 New York Ave. NW) served as home to President James & Dolly Madison while the White House was rebuilt after War of 1812. Washington, DC. Architect: Dr. William Thornton. On National Register.
Photo by Jim Steinhart © 2013, all rights reserved. (Ref: DCL320)

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